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E-Commerce Sr. Buyer, Leisure Pro & Scuba.com

Objective      

 

The Sr. Buyer of eCommerce is responsible for defining strategy, planning, inventory management, financial P&L and executing best in class customer experience through Buying and effective site merchandising tactics.  You will be directly responsible for optimizing 2 websites with assortment/site strategies and leveraging cross functional partnerships to define priorities and execution.  A successful candidate will be highly analytical and data driven, as well as have passion for product and merchandising.

 

Responsibilities       

  • Ownership of Product/Assortment/Brand Strategy & P&L; including Sales, Gross Profit, and Net Profit
  • Responsible for Customer Experience including Site Experience and customer end to end customer purchasing funnel
  • Manages relationships with key strategic suppliers for categories with complexities
  • Negotiates product volumes, costs, and terms with vendors
  • Build data driven strategic business plan with tangible execution steps for multiple categories
  • Develops and communicates budgets
  • Maintains overall responsibility for meeting financial targets and communicating levers to achieve those targets
  • Work Cross-Functionally to ensure customers receive their products quickly and efficiently.  Create a cohesive experience between online shopping and the physical product
  • Work with Site Merchandising and Marketing teams to attract customers through compelling messaging and visual merchandising
  • Ensure customers can easily browse and find the products they want.  Improve navigation experience (browse/search) by managing enhancing product attributes and taxonomy. 
  • Optimize item and category pricing, providing competitive pricing for our customers. 
  • Coordinates with cross functional category buying teams to provide best in class assortment definition for customer
  • Coordinates with Sales teams to understand customer feedback, needs, and opportunities for assortment excellence
  • Collaborate with cross functional teams to develop and leverage internal/external partnerships and networks to maximize the achievement of business goals
  • Cultivates an environment where associates respect and adhere to company standards of integrity and ethics
  • Directs the analysis of key market and product positioning information for categories with complexities and builds expertise across brand dynamics, shopper requirements, competitor site benchmarking, etc.
  • Determines category assortment and strategy/market positioning across 2 websites and drives continuous improvements through strategic partnerships with vendors and brands
  • Coaches team members and provides feedback to enhance skills, knowledge, and work performance
  • Mentors others and less experienced associates
  • Works with GM to ensure vision and strategy are aligned, and supports with strategy development as needed

 

Skills & Experience 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in business, retail, or related field
  • 4-5 years of experience in Buying, Category Management, or related area in business or retail
  • E-Commerce experience preferred, but not required
  • 1-3 years in supervisory experience
  • Personal experience and passion in Scuba Diving and/or Watersports a plus

 

Education     

 

Bachelor’s Degree in business, retail, or related field

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